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I’ve been holding a lot of phone meetings recently, and one question I’ve been asked in a variety of ways is, “How can the market be positive when over 30 million people are unemployed?”
By Jason LaBarge, Financial Advisor and Managing Partner | Premier Planning Group |
6/2/20 11:06 AM
Pittman will sign two executive orders to put these new policies in place.
5/28/20 05:42 PM
While on a walk recently in my neighborhood, I was very conscious about social distancing due to the COVID-19 virus. I noticed myself looking way ahead and way behind me to be aware of any other …
Larry Sells, Chief Operating Officer--The Voice Media, Inc |
5/11/20 12:00 AM
The effects of the coronavirus are far-reaching, impacting people and businesses of all sizes across the globe. Only a few short weeks ago, macroeconomic indicators seemed stable with positive …
Provided by Bart Gibson and Kyle Harris l UBS Financial Services Inc. |
5/7/20 09:43 AM
Hogan called his plan a "safe, effective and gradual approach to reopening the state as it continues to combat the COVID-19 pandemic."
4/27/20 11:19 AM
Oceanside Dispensary is open and operating with drive-thru service at 16 Magothy Beach Road in Pasadena.
4/27/20 09:32 AM
If you do an account rollover of your 401(k), IRA or other account, you are not technically locking in the losses!
By Jason LaBarge, Financial Advisor and Managing Partner at Premier Planning Group |
4/21/20 01:30 PM
So we were flying along with no issues. The stock market was soaring at a record high, unemployment was at a record low, small businesses were prospering locally, and we had disposable income to do …
By Larry Sells,
Chief Operating Officer, The Voice Media Inc. |
4/21/20 09:47 AM
Since March 16, all state courts have been restricted to emergency operations, through at least April 3.
By David Diggs l The Law Office of David V. Diggs |
4/1/20 04:29 PM
As former customers of Annapolis Home Brew, Shawn Dann and Steve Bolton appreciated the range of offerings meant to help everyone, from the first-time brewer to the seasoned winemaker.
By Zach Sparks |
4/1/20 03:05 PM
One of the questions on everyone’s mind is, “What will the coronavirus mean for my investments?”
By Jason LaBarge | Financial Advisor |
4/1/20 02:21 PM
CTS - formerly Chesapeake Telephone Systems - a Millersville-based provider of business and public sector communications solutions, is celebrating 35 years in business and was recently named Mitel’s Partner of the Year.
4/1/20 02:06 PM
Chris Itnyre was joined by members of the Pasadena Business Association on March 11 for the opening of the new business Police Protection Services & Security Training Academy.
4/1/20 02:01 PM
To help customers during the coronavirus outbreak, local businesses are offering more convenience and special deals.
The Voice Staff |
3/13/20 05:04 PM
Ray Huff died in 2007, but Nancy and Jerry Nicklow have continued his work while providing area residents with insurance for automobiles, their businesses and homes, and many other items.
2/26/20 01:31 PM
Don’t miss the early-bird ticket deadline for our annual scholarship fundraiser. All of the proceeds will be used for local high school seniors’ scholarships to college.
By Sandi Parrish | Executive Director |
2/18/20 11:13 AM
Long before the days of GPS and navigation apps, drivers relied on signs to direct them to areas of interest.
By Zach Sparks |
2/18/20 11:08 AM
Partners In Care is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the independence of aging adults and seniors within the community.
By Haley Weisgerber |
2/4/20 11:40 AM
Sick And Tired Of Confusing Retirement Jargon? Read This
By Jason LaBarge, NSSAManaging Partner, Premier Planning Group
I’ve been helping people make their retirement income strategies …
By Jason LaBarge, NSSA
Managing Partner, Premier Planning Group |
2/4/20 11:35 AM
The decision to move into an assisted living community is not an easy one for many families. The staff at HeartLands Assisted Living is committed to providing each resident with a personalized experience – making that decision a little easier.
By Haley Weisgerber |
1/21/20 10:08 AM